My name is Jasmin Wang and I am thrilled to be working with the students at Maywood Middle for the 2019-2020 school year!
For students currently receiving Special Education services:
For students not currently receiving Special Education services: Regardless of special education status, I am still available for consultation. There are several ways to do this --the most efficient way would be approaching your student's teacher with your concerns.
I can best be reached via email: [E] WangJ@issaquah.wednet.edu
Maywood Middle School14490 168th Avenue SERenton, WA 98059 Main office phone: (425) 837-6900
I am at Maywood Middle on the following days: Mon, Tues, Weds AM, Thurs PMI am at ECE on the following days: Weds PM, Thurs AM
We are required to be trained at the Master's degree level in our discipline (M.A., M.S., or M.Ed., depending on program), hold an Educational Staff Associate state certificate, and complete extensive clinical training in order to receive state certification and our Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP) from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). To maintain our credentials, SLPs take continuing education classes.
2019-2020 School Year
ISD SLP Meetings: I will be unavailable after 1:30pm on the following Wednesday afternoons: 9/11, 10/9, 11/13, 1/15, 2/12, 3/18, 4/22, 5/20.
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Speech Room Rules & Expectations
1. Listening eyes: look at the person talking2. Listening ears: both ears ready to hear3. Quiet mouth, hands, and feet4. Body faces the speaker5. Brain: thinking about what's being said6. Heart: caring about what the other person is saying7. Have fun!
Based on Whole Body Listening Larry (Michelle Garcia Winner)
Autism Guidebook for WA State - A resource for individuals, families, and professionals
PrAACtical AAC - Resources for families about augmentative and alternative communication
College Resources for Students with Disabilities - Support, Advocacy and Assistive Technology to Facilitate the Transition to Higher Education
College Scholarships and Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities
Career Guide for Students with Disabilities - Understanding the ADA, Knowing Your Rights & Finding Disability Resources
College Advice for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students - Career Paths, Accessibility Tips and Resources for Success at School
What is a Speech-Language Pathologist?
School-based Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) are considered to be special education staff and provide services for significantly impacted students through Special Services. SLPs are responsible for evaluating and treating children with challenges in speech and language.
Speech and language skills are essential to academic success and learning. Learning takes place through the process of communication and the ability to communicate with peers and adults in the educational setting is important in order to achieve success. Some children who are experiencing problems with reading, writing, gesturing, listening, or speaking at school, may have a speech-language disorder. Some examples of these disorders include:
Our services are mandated through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (or IDEA) and the Washington Administrative Code (or WAC) for ages 0-21, and we are not a fee-based service.